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By John G. Widdicombe (auth.), Dr. Duncan F. Rogers, Dr. Michael I. Lethem (eds.)
Conceptually unsavoury, airway mucus is key to homeostasis within the breathing tract. by contrast, while irregular, mucus contributes considerably to the pathophysiology of a few critical bronchial illnesses, together with bronchial asthma, persistent bronchitis and cystic fibrosis. This quantity presents extensive ranging and in-depth insurance of the clinical and scientific features of airway mucus. It commences with introductory chapters which handle the biochemical and molecular organic foundation of airway mucus and maintains with accomplished insurance of a number of the physiological and rheological elements of breathing secretions. The scientific features of the subject are then thought of, with chapters discussing the involvement of mucus secretions in bacterial an infection and in hypersecretory ailments of the airway. the amount concludes with a dialogue of the healing features of the subject, either by way of the potential methods to the therapy of mucus hypersecretion and the interplay of those medications with airway mucus. Written via major specialists within the box, each one contribution presents a entire assessment of its specific topic. Reflecting the newest advances during this very important sector of respiration examine, this quantity may be of significant curiosity to scientists and clinicians operating within the box of airway secretions and similar areas.
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1. Thornton et aI. the former two amino acids are the sites of O-glycan attachment via the linkage sugar N-acetylgalactosamine. The cysteine residues appear to be confined to the "naked" domains, which are likely to be folded and stabilised by disulphide bonds. Electron microscopy of mucins before and after reduction [4, 5] together with a wealth of physical data [4-7] has led us to propose that intact mucins are polymers formed from disulphide bond-linked monomers (subunits) joined end to end in a linear array.
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